Saturday, September 24, 2011

Loft For Rent @ Empire Subang

Hotels are awesome, but they aren't available in all the places that I want to visit. I don't always have my car with me when I travel so location is very important. 

 Take Subang for example. I used to stay there and even though I'm in North Malaysia now, I do miss Subang. So convenient, the shopping complexes, the food shops, entertainment, mamak, hang out spots. I better stop, this is getting too depressing for me. I used to stay in SS18, so SS15 was literally just across the street and Ben and I would just walk over for our dates. Yes, rain or shine we walked. Just 10 minutes away while driving and looking for parking would have taken us a good 30 minutes! Triple the time. We've even walked to Subang Parade. Healthy, romantic and economical. That's why location is everything.

Many of the hotels are located around Subang Pyramid area. Sure you could opt for public transportation to get about but even so, you will still be caught in the evil death trap of our Malaysian traffic jam. And though some friends have offered their home, we felt uncomfortable to intrude, especially for a couple of days.
But...there is always a but isn't there? 

BUT, someone told me I could always rent a loft.

Scenes of a chic New York socialite flashed before me. Me rent a loft? Aren't they like only for the rich and famous? Not really. 
Look at this.

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Imagine a fully equip boutique studio apartment for up to 6 person at only RM 350 per night! RM60 for a lovely night catching up with old school mates, mates from Uni, girls night out or family gathering. That's a 800 sf duplex loft for your entertainment.

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Vibrant magenta highlighting the nude base. Comfy sofa that your guest can crash on.



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While you sleep in a decadent queen sized bed. or a slumber party with the girls.




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A kitchen area for the food and drinks. Keeping things cool, making things warm.


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Pristine toilet to freshen up in.

Well here is a more complete list I got from the site.

  • One queen size bed + one queen size mattress (additional mattress can be arranged with a RM20 charge).
  • One sofa bed & day bed at living room. 
  • Big TV & DVD player, 
  • Kitchen Appliances: fridge, microwave, coffee maker & cooler available. 
  • Hot water at both bathrooms.
  • Dinning table with 9 chairs, can be used for conference meeting as well.
  •  Full mirror wall, can also be rented as a dance studio or other functions.
  • Can sleep many ppl if you bring along your own mattress or sleeping bags. Suitable for short stay for family attending wedding / functions from outstation.
  • Very convenient, shopping mall downstairs, 
  • Subang Parade across the street. Very cozy at night when the chandelier is on, and dimmed.
  • Near to many colleges(Inti, Taylor, Metropolitan, Monash, Sunway, Segi), hospitals (SJMC, Sunway), KTM 10 mins walk, and many highways (federal, NPE, Kesas, LDP, NKVE, Elite).
Ideal for:
  • Event of seminar 
  • Girls night out 
  • Wedding nest 
  • Overnight 
  • Executive short stay hotel 
  • Dance studio 
  • Party!!! As noise is not an issue at night!!
Definitely something I would consider if I'm trowing a gathering in Subang soon.



So do click on this link if you want to rent a loft  at Malaysia's Largest Room Database  covering all across Malaysia, Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Bangsar, Cheras, Setapak, Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, and Penang.


4 Comment:

Kian Fai Koh said...[Reply to comment]

Nice Empire Subang but some incident happen :X

woot no more update? :X

Nava.K said...[Reply to comment]

Hi,

I work in Subang and Empire is the nearest place to check out the many eateries available here.

Looks like its worth the place, love the coordination of the pink used for the decor.

Glo-w~* said...[Reply to comment]

@Kian Fai Koh But I would definitely rent the place if i have event ^^ updating updating ^^ sorry~

Kimberly said...[Reply to comment]

The coffee maker is the best!! I am kind of addicted to coffee and even when I travel I need to have my cup of coffee in the morning since otherwise I can´t continue with the day. I´m going to Argentina next week and I made sure that the buenos aires apartments I booked all had the maker!
Kim